the ACEAS opportunity PDF Print E-mail

The ACEAS opportunity was centred around facilitation of solutions to ecosystem science and management questions.

If you had an important question that needed attention, some data that would inform the problem, and people that could be put together to find a solution you could think about support through ACEAS. Application for funding was through the ACEAS web site. When a date was announced, to get a password to the on-line application forms, and to improve your chances of success, interested parties were asked to contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for advice and comment before submitting a proposal.


Data Workshop PDF Print E-mail

Data systems: semantics, data sharing, and documentation of analysis at the national and international scale–an NCEAS-ACEAS collaboration.


Between the 4 and 7 May 2010, a group of data integrators, data managers and eco-informatics specialists met at the Queensland University of Technology to discuss how can we best record, store and share data

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(Re)introducing TERN PDF Print E-mail

Revisiting Priorities for use of Ecosystem Research Infrastructure

On March 24 and 25, 2010, the first community meeting of the newly-established Australian Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN), was held in Brisbane. This was attended by 65 representatives of research organisations, state and federal government agencies, non-government organisations, and industry groups, all involved in ecosystem research and management in Australia. Attendees heard about the structure of TERN, its current activity and plans for access, and participated in lively and constructive discussion.

ACEAS Sponsored Symposium PDF Print E-mail

ACEAS sponsored a Symposium at the Ecological Society of Australia’s 50th anniversary conference which was held from the 6-10 December 2010. Our Symposium was held on the 6 December and the topic was Long-term, trans-scale, integrated monitoring of the Australian landscape.


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